Rail Infrastructure, system engineering design & consultancy, project delivery, maintenance and support.

Infrastructure

Supporting and Developing the Rail Network Infrastructure

ADComms offers full service and support for rail infrastructure telecommunication projects. We provide innovative communications and security solutions, for Rail, Underground and Metro infrastructures. Our security system delivery and integration offering, includes CCTV, access control and bespoke security solutions, all with full accreditation.

We have key expertise working with Network Rail GSM-R and FTN networks, and associated trackside and off-site works. We have delivered RF networks, rapid repeater systems, BTS equipment, private mobile radio, cellular systems and high-density Wi-Fi solutions. We deliver REB and LOCS enabling schemes, including leaky feeder and cable infrastructure projects, both trackside and in tunnels.

For London Underground we have designed, installed and commissioned CCTV, PA and PAVA (public address and voice alarm), Customer Information, Passenger Communication Systems, IP Networks, Safety Critical Systems and radio systems.

ADComms works closely with clients providing full survey, design, project management and HSQE support throughout the life of the project. We are framework providers to Network Rail and several TOCs, executing current contracts for them and London Underground. ADComms offers national and local support, expertise on both contemporary and legacy systems, and a fully flexible approach to project design and delivery.

ADComms holds a Network Rail principal contractor license incorporating consultancy, design capability and project delivery. We also undertake Lead Designer responsibilities for projects using CDM2015 regulations.

Post-commissioning, ADComms’ maintenance function keeps client assets in efficient safe working order, ensuring reliable long-term service availability. At the end of product life, or on system upgrade, ADComms can decommission equipment and environmentally dispose of it, or offer recycling in the form of reconditioned spare parts for remaining assets.

ADComms has vast experience and proven delivery capability installing into the rail Infrastructure network, ranging from small stand-alone projects to large multi-site, and UK-wide rail roll outs. We undertake all styles of schemes from trackside works, enabling or upgrades within given routes or specific rail sites, and station and control room upgrades or new builds.

The depth and breadth of experience and knowledge across our technical, operational and HQSE functions, provides clients the confidence their projects will be handled professionally, and that our goals are aligned to their success. We are constantly improving our offering and expertise to support Network Rail, London Underground and the Tier 1 principal contractors who partner with them, and Train Operating Companies.

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Recent News

ADComms Achieves ISO27001 ISM Certification

ADComms Achieves ISO27001 ISM Certification

We are very proud to announce that ADComms are now an ISO 27001 certified company having successfully passed our second stage audit in March 2021. Acquiring ISO 27001 means that ADComms has an internationally recognised, and...

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ADComms to support Cellnex UK on Brighton Mainline

ADComms to support Cellnex UK on Brighton Mainline

ADComms is pleased to announce that it will become the main contractor for on rail works and support services, as part of a 25-year concessionary contract awarded by Network Rail to Cellnex UK last month, to transform mobile phone coverage along the route. ADComms...

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